How to Compare the Cheapest Landline Phone Plans


If you've narrowed your options down to a few specific land-line telephone plans and need to make your final selection, you need to look at more than just price. Two land-line phone plans could both be relatively cheap (say, $15 per month for example) and be drastically different when it comes to features and customer service. Price should not be the deciding factor in this scenario.

  • Find out how much long distance calls cost during defined hours of a land-line phone plan. If you have a lot of family that live out of state, high per-minute charges for out-of-state calls can make what seems like a cheap base price a large monthly bill.

  • Look through the service contract for the phone plan to determine the plan's cancellation policy. Certain land-line phone providers will attempt to get you to enter into a service contract that comes with a penalty if you try to cancel before the contract is over. The penalty may be several hundred dollars depending on the company.

  • Ask your phone service representative about the frequency of outages with a particular service. An outage is a problem that results in phone service being disabled for users. Only paying $10 for your monthly phone bill might sound like a bargain, but not if the service is unreliable.

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